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NPR News: Why American Sikhs Think They Need A Publicity Campaign

Why American Sikhs Think They Need A Publicity Campaign
American Sikhs faced an onslaught of violence and hate crimes following the Sept. 11 attacks. In the face of renewed racist vitriol, they have devised a positive-media plan.

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NPR News: Why American Sikhs Think They Need A Publicity Campaign

Why American Sikhs Think They Need A Publicity Campaign
American Sikhs faced an onslaught of violence and hate crimes following the Sept. 11 attacks. In the face of renewed racist vitriol, they have devised a positive-media plan.

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NPR News: Waffle House Founders Die Less Than 2 Months Apart

Waffle House Founders Die Less Than 2 Months Apart
Joe Rogers Sr. and Thomas Forkner Sr. co-founded the Waffle House in an Atlanta suburb in 1955. 21 more words

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NPR News: Waffle House Founders Die Less Than 2 Months Apart

Waffle House Founders Die Less Than 2 Months Apart
Joe Rogers Sr. and Thomas Forkner Sr. co-founded the Waffle House in an Atlanta suburb in 1955. 21 more words

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NPR News: Acosta Confirmed As Labor Secretary, First Latino Member Of Trump Cabinet

Acosta Confirmed As Labor Secretary, First Latino Member Of Trump Cabinet
In a bipartisan vote of 60-38, the Senate confirmed President Trump’s second choice for labor secretary. 20 more words

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NPR News: This Week In Race: Fox Sued, Schools Re-Segregate And Shea Moisture Gets Thirsty

This Week In Race: Fox Sued, Schools Re-Segregate And Shea Moisture Gets Thirsty
Oh, and there’s a new philanthropist in town.

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NPR News: Acosta Confirmed As Labor Secretary, First Latino Member Of Trump Cabinet

Acosta Confirmed As Labor Secretary, First Latino Member Of Trump Cabinet
In a bipartisan vote of 60-38, the Senate confirmed President Trump’s second choice for labor secretary. 20 more words

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